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Fished Oak Fri am. Very bumpy to start. Setup in 90 east of harbor. Popped 2 on riggers before lines out. 1 mature 1 griller. Trolled w waves west for 9 miles 90-150fow only popped 2 more/same 1 mature 13-14lbs 1 griller. Rigger 65 down spoons (Dreamweaver)

 

Afternoon shift started off fast again nice mature 180fow east of harbor 65 DW spoon. Trolled out around to 365 and back. Random depths popped steelies n small kings same rigger 65 down (targeting 60-100 feet down). Strong N -> S surface current (no Fishhawk). 2 matures 13/14 lbs several immatures. 65 rigger took 90% fish.

 

Trying it again today. Where’d all the big fish go? Noob signing off. IMG_8645.JPGIMG_8653.JPGIMG_8659.JPG

 

 

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Fished Sat am 6-1130. Started 120 well east of the traffic. Immed hooked up 65 rigger Dreamweaver workin yest see pic. Caught n fought fish out to 200 n back. Very streaky day. Last fish was out in 320 at 1115am. Spoons on riggers were best for me. Couple small fish early on divers but thats it. Down temp was 49 at 60 and 42 at 105 I think. 4/4 matures/teeners w 8-10 smaller n medium kings. Most action by 930am. No real pattern unf. IMG_8696.JPG

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Sat afternoon shift had my father in law onboard for the first time. 2 bites, 2 matures, 13.5 & 18.5 both still swimming. Unlike the morning and Friday am/pm shifts, both came on the divers targeting 60-65 feet. First fish was in 220’, the 2nd larger and darker fish came in 320’ as we tracked on a path that produced big bites in deeper water for us last Saturday. Dick did well minus picture posing. He’s getting better. I call this first one, ‘Who needs a hug?’

Both fish on bright mag spoons with a crystallina type finish and honeycomb back. Unsure of brand. Came in a grab bag with sharp hooks. One darn near gave me an IV in back of the hand on Sat am.


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Way to go! Can’t get over how dark that first one is


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Second I mean


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Nice report. Great catch.  My first thought when i seen that second pic. “Is it that time again”. Really dark.  

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